Steve lost a leg whilst serving in Iraq. He was a member of the Talent squad before being added to the UK Sport Lottery Funded World Class Programme in 2017 following his medal-winning performances at the European and world championships.
Steve was always active in the gym, running, mountain biking and and play rugby when he was growing up. He served in the Welsh Guards for almost ten years. He suffered a traumatic amputation of the left leg below the knee due to an improvised explosive device in Iraq in 2010.
Having completed half marathons and two full marathons, long distance running was taking its toll on his body. Looking online, he saw UK Ironman 70.3 Exmoor, considered one of the toughest 70.3 triathlons in the world, and decided that was where he would start his triathlon career. I continued with middle and standard distance triathlon for a couple of years, before concentrating on Paratriathlon sprint distance.
|28th May 2018||2018 Eton Dorney ITU Paratriathlon World Cup||1st|
|12th May 2018||2018 Yokohama ITU World Paratriathlon Series||3rd|
|15th Sep 2017||2017 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Rotterdam||2nd|
|28th Jul 2017||2017 Edmonton ITU World Paratriathlon Series||1st|
|2nd Jul 2017||2017 Altafulla ITU Paratriathlon World Cup||1st|
|16th Jun 2017||2017 Kitzbühel ETU Triathlon European Championships||2nd|
|4th Jun 2017||2017 Besancon ITU Paratriathlon World Cup||2nd|
|24th Jul 2016||2016 Rotterdam ITU Paratriathlon World Championships||14th|
|4th Jun 2016||2016 Aviles ITU Duathlon World Championships||5th|
|15th May 2016||2016 Aguilas ITU World Paratriathlon Event||7th|
|16th Apr 2016||2016 Kalkar ETU Duathlon European Championships||2nd|
|16th May 2015||2015 GBR Paratriathlon National Championships||5th|
|10th Aug 2014||2014 GBR Paratriathlon National Championships||7th|
Triathlon was a happy accident. I spent a lot of time in rehab rebuilding my fitness, which involved a lot of hours in the pool. I started with gym and swim, worked my way back to biking before I finally got running. I had inadvertently become a Triathlete.
Steve was born in Essex and lived there until he was 12. He then moved to North Wales, staying there until he joined the Army at the age of 20. He currently lives in Exeter Devon, where he has been for the last 12 years. He is coached by Rob Moore.